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One Health School Based Health Care Clinical Manager in Miles City, Montana

School Based Health Care Clinical Manager Development · Miles City, Montana

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Department Development

Employment Type Full-Time

Compensation DOE

With multiple clinic sites across Montana and Wyoming, One Health provides medical, dental, pharmacy, behavioral health, and community and public health services to rural populations through an integrated approach to health care.

One Health provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Benefits : We offer a competitive compensation package that includes paid time off, nine paid holidays, discounted health care for employees and their family members, as well as health, dental, & vision insurance, disability insurance, health savings account, and matching retirement plan for all employees working at least 20 hours/week.


Under general supervision of the SBHC Director, and as part of the SBHC team, the SB Clinical Manager provides leadership for maintaining, improving, and developing clinical services within school care settings. This position provides professional clinical leadership to all school-based health service delivery, assuring quality health care services and staff development. In addition, the position works closely with the other disciplines in integrating clinical care into the school-based setting. The SB Clinical Manager will manage a variety of initiatives aimed at ensuring high quality patient care and healthcare services are provided in the schools.


Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.

  • Serves as a consultant for SBHC across all sites to clinical leaders and teams in identifying, assessing, and making recommendations in the treatment of a variety of SBHC patient healthcare needs

  • Triages patients for all SBHC and effectively uses the electronic medical record for charting patient nursing visits and telephone contacts

  • Provides and develops patient education for SBHC patients focusing on self-care appropriate to their age and identified learning considerations and needs.

  • Identifies, and develops partnerships with public health and other community-based agencies in order to meet patients’ needs

  • Offers clinical guidance to school liaisons in helping patients receiving care

  • Provides education/training and competency review as necessary for school-based staff

  • In tandem with the SBHC Director, supervises school liaisons and other SBHC staff (including work with providers) to hire, guide, train, direct, manage and evaluate performance, corrective or disciplinary action and other personnel actions.

  • Reviews and recommends policy or procedure changes to SBHC Director or as part of ongoing partnership with One Health and school administrators that promotes high quality patient centered care, productivity enhancement, risk management, cost savings, employee engagement, and satisfaction

  • Responsible for ordering medical supplies, maintaining all clinic equipment, and completing all quality assurance/quality control related activities.

  • Conducts Title X outreach function

  • Assists in ongoing development and startup of SBHC health care service delivery as needed

  • Completes various special projects/events, which may require reviewing and analyzing information, identifying problems, recommending solutions, and writing reports.

  • Assists in ensuring efficient and effective care delivery that meets the needs of One Health’s SBHC primary care population is provided

  • Responds quickly in crisis situations and assures all staff are knowledgeable of safety policies and procedures.

  • Communicates effectively with other providers, staff, and patients.

  • Models’ collaborative leadership through active participation with other clinical and non-clinical leadership

  • Values and supports culturally responsive, whole-person, integrated and family-oriented care.

  • Ensures all assigned staff have adequate equipment, materials, and supplies to complete their assigned tasks in an efficient, safe, and cost-effective manner.

  • Assists in maintaining SBHC program compliance with standards of care, regulatory issues, and quality improvement requirements.

  • Ensures school-based staff are aware of emergency drill protocols and ensures participation of needed training at closest One Health site as needed.

  • Champions the use of new technology to deliver and improve SBHC services.

  • Ensures all patient concerns are handled correctly by recommending and implementing corrective actions including documentation and reporting of results.

  • Participates in organization meetings as needed, such as safety committee and infection control committee

  • Maintains compliance standards in accordance with HRSA compliance policies, Title X guidelines (if applicable), VFC guidelines, FTCA, and the code of conduct.

  • Familiarity with, adheres to, and ensures assigned employee job descriptions, One Health policies and procedures, manuals, OSHA, HIPAA, CLIA, and One Health regulations are maintained and followed by staff members.

  • Adheres to all One Health Policies and Procedures.

  • Participates in performance optimization and risk management activities as required.

  • Cooperates and abides by all elements of One Health’s Compliance Program.

  • Provides exceptional customer service and models the mission of One Health when interacting with internal and external stakeholders promoting a positive image for the health center.

  • Performs other duties as assigned or required with or without prior notification by supervisor.




  • Current unencumbered nursing license in Montana or Wyoming

  • BLS Certification

  • Valid driver’s license


  • Bachelor’s degree in healthcare, preferably nursing



  • Three (3) years of supervisory experience in a healthcare setting

  • Federally Qualified Health Care (FQHC) experience


  • Five (5) years of clinical experience in an outreach setting, such as schools

  • Five (5) years of supervisor experience in a healthcare setting